I imagine every photographer will be familiar with this scenario. You are working through your photo files and an image catches your eye. You may have seen it countless times before, you will remember taking it but this time around it hits you with that other ‘something’ that makes you sit back in your chair while you try and analyse what it is that caught your attention.
Here’s a small selection culled from a recent house keeping session on the photo files.
The featured shot was a grab shot with my mobile ‘phone. I was hurrying to catch a train at Earlestown, one of my local stations, the route had been electrified a couple of years ago and the parapet of the footbridge had been raised with heavy duty glass panels as a safety measure. The pattern of raindrops caught my eye as I crossed, damn I’d seen it and I couldn’t walk past it as I knew I’d regret it for the rest of the day. The camera was out of harms way in my rucksack so out came the mobile. Shot taken I went and caught my train (just), I tried a couple of filters on the image but I kept coming back to black and white, so here it is.
That’s the back story for one of these shots, you can put your own to the rest.
MORECAMBE. The Cormorant & The Bell. ( And Eric )
LLANDUDNO. Onward to the Seaside!
MANCHESTER. In Monochrome – Part One.
LIVERPOOL. A Visit From A Queen.
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